High Quality Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire For Hexagonal Wire Mesh

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Steel Grade:
hot or electro galvanized wire
Wire Gauge:
0.10---4.00mm or other wire gauge
Place of Origin:
Hebei China (Mainland)
Drawn Wire
Alloy Or Not:
Special Use:
Free Cutting Steel
Model Number:

Cold drawn or annealed

Product Description

1. Type: hot dipped galvanized wire, electro galvanized wire or bright wire

2. Diameter: 0.10---4.00mm or other wire gauge

3. Tensile strength: 500N/mm2---2200N/mm2 or other

4. Different zinc coating as per your requirement

5. Finished products: stitching wire, wooden case wire , brush wire , net-weaving wire , handle wire , and wire for cleaning ball.

Raw Material

Q195 Q235 low carbon steel wire rods

Diameter of Wire

0.20mm-5.0 mm

Zinc Coating


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Inside plastic films & outside weaving cloth

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Do you have 12/2 with ground? Use three wire cable. Start at the last receptacle. Connect the black to the brass colored screw, white to the silver screw, bare to the green screw. At the middle receptacle, use a wire nut to connect both blacks to a 6 inch piece of black wire. Fasten that short wire to the brass colored screw of that receptacle. Connect the white wires together with a 6 inch piece of white wire and connect that to the silver screw. Do the same thing with a 6 inch bare wire to the ground of the middle receptacle. Secure those receptacles to the boxes and put the little sticker (GFCI protected) on the cover plates. On the GFCI receptacle you will find two terminals across from each other marked load. Connect the black and white wires going to the middle receptacle to those terminals, keeping them on the correct side. The terminals will be marked. Connect the white and black coming from the circuit breaker to the terminals marked line. Again keep the white and black on the correct side. Use the 6 inch piece of bare with the 2 bare wires to connect to the ground screw on the GFCI. Fasten the GFCI into the box and put the cover on. Now go to your panel. Put the white wire in an empty lug on the neutral buss with all the other white wires. Do the same with the bare wire to the ground buss with the other bare wires. Connect the black wire to your new circuit breaker with it turned off. Turn it on and test the GFCI by pressing the reset and then the test button to make it trip. Reset it. That's it. William, many local jurisdictions require pigtails in this case. I don't know where MMike is from, so I used the more restrictive code. And in my humble opinion, when you shove 4 stiff 12 ga wires on screws back into the box, you have double the chance a screw is going to turn and loosen, giving you a bad connection, not NEC code there, just me and over 45 years experience. Thanks Russ.
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Sounds like a mess. But to answer the narrow question, Black wire carries Hot power, White wire is Neutral, and bare copper or green is Ground. Don't kill yourself or cause a fire!!
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Typically there are 3 wires. The shild is ground. Of the remaining two wires, one is push-to-talk and the other is the audio lead. Find the push-to-talk (switch) lead by checking continuity from the shield to each of the other two wires. On one of the remaining two, there will be continuity when the mic is keyed. That is the switch lead, and the other one is audio.

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